This section contains topics for creating and managing device profiles. Device profiles contain the settings that, when combined with compliance policies, help you enforce corporate rules and procedures.
This section covers general profile concepts that apply to most device platforms. For example, every device profile requires you to enter general information about who should receive it and more.
Device Resources simplify the provisioning of Wi-Fi, VPN, and Exchange payloads for Workspace ONE UEM deployments that support multiple device platforms, such as iOS, Android, and Windows.
Create device profiles for the Android platform. Android for Work profiles have their own device payloads, and Samsung Knox has its own options for container-based settings.
Android for Work profiles can differ depending on whether you are deploying to a Work Profile on a device or a Work Managed device. This section covers the differences between the two and all available payloads.
Samsung Knox has both device and container-based profiles, and this section explains the difference between the two, as well as the available payloads.
The iOS platform has many payloads for configuring various types of supported functionality. This section explains each of them.
If you are managing macOS laptops, then this section explains how each of the available payloads lets you fine-tune settings for productivity, usability, and accessibility. Apply settings at either the user or device level.
tvOS has basic profile support to help get your tvOS devices up and running.
Windows Desktop profiles apply to any device running the Windows 8.1/10 operating system that is enrolled in MDM. For example, control when and how devices receive updates.
Windows Phone profiles apply to mobile phones running Windows Phone 8.1 or Windows 10 Mobile. Certain settings are dependent on version.
Create Windows 7 profiles to apply available settings to any Windows 7 PCs you have enrolled in your Workspace ONE UEM deployment.
Windows Rugged profiles apply to Windows Mobile devices. You can create these profiles and then provision them as part of a product through the product provisioning functionality.
Chrome OS Legacy Profiles
Chrome OS legacy profiles apply to Chrome OS devices and support basic payloads to provide MDM functionality.
Chrome OS profiles serve many different purposes; from letting you enforce rules and procedures to tailoring and preparing Chrome OS devices for how they will be used with Workspace ONE UEM .
Create Android Wi-Fi profiles for supported smart glasses platforms.
Create Tizen profiles, which apply to devices running the Tizen OS.